Games Design BA and MA Courses at Brunel University
Endorsed by these Industry Affiliates and more, the School of Arts offers a pioneering suite of programmes devoted to the analysis and design of computer games. Around 60% of our MA graduates have secured graduate level or games industry jobs.You can study for a single honours degree in games design at undergraduate level or as a joint degree in complementary combination with another subject from the School of Arts. Masters level study is available on our successful Digital Games Theory and Design MA, many graduates from which have gone to work in a range of roles within the videogame industry.
We also have a thriving post-graduate research community focused on games from a range of disciplinary perspectives. We have a dedicated Games Lab which provides a great place to play games of all formats old and new, and mix with staff and students investigating this exciting new academic topic.
We do not teach programming or 3D design, and students do not need to come from a computing or art background to study games at Brunel. Our staff all have experience at many different levels in the games industry or are pioneers of games studies as an academic discipline.
If it's games you are passionate about then our programmes will help you to grow and refine your understanding as well as prepare you for a role in the games industry.
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EDGE Magazine has interviewed Prof. Steve Jackson about our games design degrees and his advice to those looking to enter the games industry.